Bomb Threat Closes Denver School Thursday

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A Denver school will be closed Thursday while police investigate threats made against the school.

A bomb threat was called in Wednesday night against Bruce Randolph 6-12 School. School officials contacted police and Denver Public Schools safety and security officials, and then cancelled classes and all school-related activities Thursday so the Denver Police Department can conduct a thorough investigation.

DPS has not provided an estimated time for the campus to reopen, but says they will continue to update families on the status of the investigation and when students can return to school.

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